Crown Prince Reza's Latest Interview on KRSI ( 21st July, 2010)


Crown Prince Reza's Latest Interview on KRSI ( 21st July, 2010)
by Darius Kadivar

This is the Latest Interview of Crown Prince Reza with KRSI journalists Ali Reza Meybody and Hossein Mohri. This is the LATEST Interview ( NEW). Watch Here in 8 Parts.

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divaneh Jaan Agreed ;0)

by Darius Kadivar on

Mohri is usually more pertinent. He did some good interviews with Abbas Milani in the past. But I also look forward to more professional interviewers who can be equally pertinent and balanced.

Unfortunately Not always the case with most Iranian TV journalists who move from one extreme to another ( either too judgmental or Not critical enough or at worst politically correct ) including on more professional medias like BBC Persian.

I often watch Enayat Fani on BBC Persian's Hard Talk, which I find interesting. He is OK but still needs to progress and work through his questions in advance. He sometimes comes across as either unprepared or not aware that some of his assessments are obsolete or at least public opinion has moved on in regard to some cliches.

Personally To date VOA's Jamshid Chalangi is my favorite ...

I am confident that as the collective dialogue and mutual understandings will increase between Republicans and Constitutionalists (while each naturally maintain their specific differences and convictions in their own right) so will the quality of the debates.




Thanks for posting

by divaneh on

Dear Dk, thanks for posting the interview.

We have a good prince, now we need better interviewers. These two only needed two cups of tea (Chai ghand pahloo) and a samavar. They wasted the time interviewing each other and recalling useless memories and at the end stated that half of their questions were remained unanswered. Never thought much of Meybodi but expected a little more professionalism from Mohri.

Thumbs up to RP's vision and ability to connect with people.